Prize-winning book in spotlight of hard-fought US governor’s race

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AFP

Washington (AFP) – As conservatives across the US accuse local school boards of promoting liberal values on culture and race, a Republican seeking the Virginia governorship has scored points with attacks on the teaching of a Pulitzer-prize winning book by a celebrated Black author. The attacks so far seem to be paying off for Glenn Youngkin, a wealthy businessman who has risen in the polls to make Tuesday’s election against former governor Terry McAuliffe a tossup in the key state.  Youngkin has increasingly tailored his attacks on McAuliffe around a case involving the teaching of the book “Be… Read More “Prize-winning book in spotlight of hard-fought US governor’s race”

Los Angeles Chargers Trade Deadline Preview

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Prime Time Sports Talk

The Chargers have been one of the NFL’s biggest surprises this season. Brandon Staley is in his first year as head coach, and so far, the team is exceeding expectations. They are competing for the AFC West title and have two big wins over the Las Vegas Raiders and the Kansas City Chiefs. Justin Herbert is following up his historic rookie year with an MVP-caliber season. It’s still early in his career, but he is already beginning to throw his name into that “elite quarterback” discussion. He has been magnificent in orchestrating the offense and distributing the ball. Mike Williams, Keenan Allen… Read More “Los Angeles Chargers Trade Deadline Preview”

Cleveland Browns 7-on-7: Week 8

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Prime Time Sports Talk

When the Cleveland Browns needed a win most this season, they got it. Fresh off of a second consecutive loss for the first time in the Kevin Stefanski era, things were looking bleak. Injuries started adding up along the offensive line and specialty players. Then, another shoe dropped: Nick Chubb suffered an apparent ankle injury that would cause him to miss time. All of this entering a short week before a Thursday Night Football tilt against the Denver Broncos. Fans may have wondered, “Is this the end?” With Case Keenum under center and D’Ernest Johnson in the backfield, the Browns called up J… Read More “Cleveland Browns 7-on-7: Week 8”

If you don’t get an ‘I voted’ sticker, this N.J. guy will mail you one

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NJ.com

Inside his Jersey City apartment, Greg Sarafan sat at his kitchen table scrolling through Twitter messages on his laptop. He took an envelope from a neatly stacked pile and scribbled down an address in blue ink. The 31-year-old was mailing out “I Voted” stickers— the tiny but popular Election Day souvenirs— to people across the United States miffed they didn’t receive one with their mail-in ballot or during early voting. All they have to do is ask —and be willing to share their place of residence with a stranger online. It’s part of a project, called the “Voter Sticker Project,” which he start… Read More “If you don’t get an ‘I voted’ sticker, this N.J. guy will mail you one”

IT Consultant: “[New devs] should be ashamed of themselves” for code injection vulnerability

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Inven Global

We are still learning new things about the potential dangers of the New World exploit that was discovered on Friday, and the situation may be worse than we initially thought. Not only is direct code injection possible in every text box in the game, but also the developers appear to be clueless when it comes to fixing the issue. For those who missed it, New World players discovered on Friday that the text boxes in the game are HTML, and that the text is not sanitized, which in short means you can run client-side code in any text box in the game. While Amazon has claimed this is not the case, th… Read More “IT Consultant: “[New devs] should be ashamed of themselves” for code injection vulnerability”

Georgia releases data on COVID-19 cases for October 30

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Azer News

By Trend Georgia has reported 4,610 new COVID-19 cases, 2,624 recoveries, and 42 deaths over the past 24 hours, Trend reports via Georgian media. A total of 55,815 tests have been conducted over the past 24 hours throughout the country. Among them, 31,603 tests were rapid, while the remaining 24,212 were PCR tests. Georgia’s total case tally reached 715,865, among them 655,129 people recovered and 10,003 died. There are 46 people quarantined, 6,377 COVID-19 patients are hospitalized. Some 1,086 asymptomatic and mild symptom patients are placed into government-assigned facilities. As of October… Read More “Georgia releases data on COVID-19 cases for October 30”

Russia, US agree on data exchange in regard to possible cyber security attacks

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By Trend Russia and the United States have agreed to inform each other about any possible cyber security threat, Russia’s UN Ambassador Vasily Nebenzya told journalists, Trend reports with reference to TASS. Nebenzya said speaking to journalists that “… we have, for example, dialogue on cybersecurity, an issue which was a tug of war, an issue and sort of omen for the US policy, including domestic policy.” “It has become a factor in the US. And back then, before [US President Joe] Biden came to the office, we offered many times a meaningful dialogue on cybersecurity,” he continued. “We were ref… Read More “Russia, US agree on data exchange in regard to possible cyber security attacks”

Kazakhstan confirms 1,607 new COVID cases

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By Trend Over the past day, 1,607 cases with a positive PCR for coronavirus infection have been identified in Kazakhstan, Trend reports with reference to Kazinform. In total, 937,691 cases were identified in the country, of which 12,079 died. At the same time, over the past day in the country, 2,698 people recovered from coronavirus infection, the total number of recovered was 883,822. — Follow us on Twitter @AzerNewsAz Follow us on Twitter @AzerNewsAz Read More “Kazakhstan confirms 1,607 new COVID cases”

Kyle Beach On Blackhawks Sexual Abuse Scandal: ‘The NHL Let Me Down’

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uSports.org

Kyle Beach had strong words for the NHL and its leaders after revealing his identity as “John Doe” in a damning report released Tuesday that showed inaction by the Chicago Blackhawks management when presented with sexual assault allegations. These allegations included current Florida Panthers coach Joel Quenneville, the coach of the Blackhawks in 2010 when the alleged incident between Beach and former video coach Brad Aldrich occurred. Beach claims that Aldrich sexually assaulted him. Beach said that meetings took place in Quenneville’s office after he told mental skills coach Jim “Doc” Gary a… Read More “Kyle Beach On Blackhawks Sexual Abuse Scandal: ‘The NHL Let Me Down’”

Team Singularity set to launch fan tokens with Blocksport

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Esports Insider

Danish esports organisation Team Singularity has expanded its cooperation with Swiss-based sportstech company Blocksport to launch fan tokens. The new token, called $SNG Token, will provide Singularity fans with a variety of perks. This includes unique content, SNG Academy benefits, and the opportunity to train with Team Singularity players. RELATED:Team Singularity expands Blocksport partnership to launch NFT series According to the release, token owners will also be offered ‘unique opportunities’ to influence team-related decisions. The tokens will be priced at €1 and are set to launch in De… Read More “Team Singularity set to launch fan tokens with Blocksport”